Gigi Hadid Poses With Baby Daughter 'Zigi' In New Thanksgiving Photos
A new photo of Gigi Hadid and her baby daughter is making social media rounds. Gigi Hadid gave birth to her little girl that she shares with Zayn Malik two months ago and the couple has taken great strides to protect her identity. They haven't revealed her name yet and fans are calling her "Zigi." The photo came via Gigi's mother Yolanda Hadid who shared it on her official Instagram story. The photo featured Gigi snuggling against her baby daughter and kissing her on the cheek on Thanksgiving day.
Gigi appeared to be on cloud nine and full of love for her daughter who has captivated her mother's heart. Though Gigi isn't showing her daughter's face on camera, she has shared several photos where the top of her little head can be seen. Gigi also announced that she is preparing her baby girl for a fabulous first Christmas.
Gigi looked gorgeous with her hair swept up in a high ponytail. She wore gold, chain-link drop earrings as well as an ear cuff. The back of "Zigi's head could be seen as well as her little arm as she clutched her fingers by her mother's hair.
Gigi is definitely in the holiday spirit and shared photos on her official Instagram account where she showed off her Christmas tree. Though the Coronavirus pandemic has caused Gigi to settle down at her mother's Pennsylvania farm, she's certainly making plenty of memories for her little girl.
Though not much is known about Gigi's and Zayn's daughter, it's clear that the mother is bonded with her little girl and that Gigi adores her.
It's also clear that Zayn and Gigi didn't celebrate the holidays alone. Yolanda also shared a photo of herself with Zayn's mother Trisha Malik. You may see that photo below.
What do you think about Gigi Hadid's and Zayn Malik 's decision to keep their baby's name a secret?
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